Juncker is galling for Britain, but life-threatening for France and Italy

More pain to come in Europe. These clowns have let loose a Federalist with a well known drinking problem. A F***ing Wino is now in charge of the EU, what a bad joke. The guy is legless after 2 o' clock each day.


You have to be politically unhinged to think it wise or proper now to entrust the EU machinery to an arch-insider, as responsible as any man alive for the calamitous decisions that have led Europe into its current cul de sac, and a master of the Monnet Method to boot.' Photo: AP

The Cromwellian method by which Jean-Claude Juncker was foisted upon the nation states is a breach of the Treaties

The Telegraph
By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
2 July 2014

The sovereign parliaments of Europe are victims of a constitutional sleight of hand, though some acquiesce more easily than others. The Cromwellian method by which Jean-Claude Juncker was foisted upon the nation states is a breach of the Treaties.

The episode clarifies the need for British withdrawal from the Union, or the withdrawal of France or any other country that wishes to remain self-governing under a rule of law.



The Lisbon Treaty did not create a European state in any shape or form. France and Britain fought ferociously to stop this happening when the text was drafted, in its original form as the European Constitution. They insisted that the EU remain an "intergovernmental" treaty club, and rightly so. To do otherwise would eviscerate national democracies without putting anything workable in their place.

Germany's push for an EU federal state -- idealistic and dangerous in equal measure -- was defeated. The canny duet of Valery Giscard d'Estaing and Lord Kerr saw off the threat.

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